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Kindle for Samsung lands on Android 4.0 devices

17 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Kindle for Samsung lands on Android 4.0 devices
Samsung and Amazon have worked together on the new app that includes 12 free eBooks a year and gives smartphone and tablet owners access to Kindle’s complete service.

iTunes Radio: Ad agency hints at imminent UK launch

17 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
iTunes Radio: Ad agency hints at imminent UK launch
A tweet from a marketing executive gives the strongest hint yet that the service will soon be launching in the UK after admitting talks over how it will tie in with Apple’s iAd platform.

Major BitCoin exchange MtGox taken down by Japanese court

17 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
Major BitCoin exchange MtGox taken down by Japanese court
A Bitcoin exchange that at one point was among the world’s largest has been put into administration by a Japanese court following a hack that lost it £300m in coins.

Microsoft slashes price of Office 365 Personal in new release

16 Apr 2014  by Angela Moscaritolo
Microsoft slashes price of Office 365 Personal in new release
Office 365 Personal lets you run Microsoft's cloud-based document creation and editing suite on one PC or Mac.

Gmail update makes sending phone photos easier

16 Apr 2014  by Angela Moscaritolo
Gmail update makes sending phone photos easier
If you use Google+ to automatically back up your smartphone photos, you'll now be able to email those images from your computer more seamlessly.

Google Play Store revenue increase in UK and US help it play catch up

15 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Google Play Store revenue increase in UK and US help it play catch up
Revenue increases of 35 per cent in the UK and 55 per cent in the US have meant that Google is closing the significant revenue gap on the Apple App Store.

Could Apple CarPlay be coming soon to older cars?

15 Apr 2014  by Angela Moscaritolo
Could Apple CarPlay be coming soon to older cars?
New car owners aren't the only ones who will be able to take advantage of Apple's CarPlay technology. Car electronics manufacturer Alpine is now prepping a standalone aftermarket console.

Microsoft frees up precious storage on Windows 8 with WIMBoot update

14 Apr 2014  by David Murphy
Microsoft frees up precious storage on Windows 8 with WIMBoot update
You sacrifice a little bit in performance on a device using Microsoft's newly announced WIMBoot technique, but you gain a hefty amount of storage back.

A robot you can print out of paper? The future's here, and it's weird

10 Apr 2014  by Paul Cooper
A robot you can print out of paper? The future's here, and it's weird
A researcher at MIT has developed a way for anyone to print robots out of paper, provided they have a few simple electronic components worth about $20. What robot would you build?

Businesses threatened by Windows 8.1 update bug

10 Apr 2014  by Stephanie Mlot
Businesses threatened by Windows 8.1 update bug
Microsoft was forced to halt the rollout of the Windows 8.1 Update to some business users after it discovered that the new version of the OS stopped stop scanning against Windows Server Update Service

How to get the most out of software-defined storage

09 Apr 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
How to get the most out of software-defined storage
Everybody has gone software-defined storage (SDS) mad at Nexenta's SDx summit here in Amsterdam. Not least Donna Taylor of research firm IDC.